Under the Talking Tree,  2015; Textile; 113.0 cm x 90.0 cm +

Under the Talking Tree, 2015
Textile
113.0 cm x 90.0 cm

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To Hold an Angel or Two,  2014; Textile; +

To Hold an Angel or Two, 2014
Textile

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The World Tree is in Bloom,  2018; Textile; +

The World Tree is in Bloom, 2018
Textile

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The Thread of a Stitched Heart,  2018; Textile; +

The Thread of a Stitched Heart, 2018
Textile

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The Secrets of the Queen Bee,  2018; Textile; +

The Secrets of the Queen Bee, 2018
Textile

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The Messenger; ; +

The Messenger

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The Bride That Fell From The Sky,  2018; Textile; +

The Bride That Fell From The Sky, 2018
Textile

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She Wrote Poetry,  2018; Textile; +

She Wrote Poetry, 2018
Textile

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Madonna of the Meadow,  2015; Textile; 93.0 cm x 83.0 cm +

Madonna of the Meadow, 2015
Textile
93.0 cm x 83.0 cm

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Hope,  2018; Textile; +

Hope, 2018
Textile

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Deflowered Dancer,  2018; Textile; +

Deflowered Dancer, 2018
Textile

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Botanical Bondage,  2018; Textile; +

Botanical Bondage, 2018
Textile

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Born in Sweden in 1950, Mick Lindberg learned the art of needlework from her mother and grandmother. Throughout her life, her passion for textiles and fashion has influenced her career choices, first as model and photographer, now as a textile artist.

“I often receive, through the generosity of friends, bags & boxes with old cloth & fabrics, that for years have been hiding in attics and basements and cupboards. Neatly folded remnants of vintage fabrics... dusty William Morris linen and antique lace happily abandon their confinement into my hands... and start to weave their tale.

From such a fragment of cloth, sometime a whole character emerges, like a genie from a bottle.. evoking the memory of someone's grandmother, or maybe a naughty aunt.

I’m often asked from where I draw the inspiration for my characters, I always say - ‘they come to me’.

The fabric fragments from friends give me a sense of continuity, where I’m allowed to stitch my own story... in between the layering of memory & time.”

— Mick Lindberg, 2015

1950
Born Tidaholm, Sweden
1970-78
Lived & worked between Paris and New York
1979
Moved to London
1985
“Windows” exhibition, Fox Talbot Museum
1988
“The Tired Tulip” one person exhibition, the Print Room, Photographers Gallery, London
1989
Group show, Zelda Cheatle Gallery opening, London
1990
Christmas Exhibition, Portfolio Gallery, London
1991
Travelling group show “The Female”, Portfolio Gallery, London
1991
“Shrines & Boxes”, Zelda Cheatle Gallery, London
1992
South Bank Show “Icons”, London Festival Hall
1992
“Fusion” group show, Photofusion Gallery, London
1992
“Art in Boxes”, England & Co, London
1993
“Art in Boxes 2”, England & Co, London
1994
“Day of the Dead”, Owing-Dewey Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1994
John Kobal Portrait Award, National Portrait Gallery, London
1994
“Shrines”, Owing-Dewey Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1995
“Shrines” one person show, Zelda Cheatle Gallery, London
1995
“A Book, a Box” group show, Owing-Dewey Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1998
“Displaced” one person show, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
1999
“In to the Light” international travelling show, The Royal Photographic Society, Bath; The Newlyn Gallery, Cornwall; Calcagrafia, Madrid; Metropole Art Centre, Folkstone
2000
“Displaced” one person show, Zelda Cheatle Gallery, London
2001
“Karmasimya” Pamuk Bank, Istanbul: Imogen Cunningham, Sarah Moon, Mari Mahe, Mick Lindberg
2003
“15x15” group show to celebrate 15 years of Zelda Cheatle Gallery, London
2013
Textile Paintings solo show, Anthony Hepworth Gallery, Bath
2015
Stitched Stories solo show, Anthony Hepworth Gallery, Bath

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